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Utomi, Falana, activists, NCFront leaders, others meet today to review #EndSARS anniversary

By John Akubo (Abuja) and Tosin Adams (Lagos)
19 October 2021   |   3:14 am
One year after the aborted #EndSARS protests by the Nigerian youths to end all forms of bad leadership and governance of the Nigerian State, frontline leaders of thought and activists

Move to remake Nigeria, remember Dele Giwa

One year after the aborted #EndSARS protests by the Nigerian youths to end all forms of bad leadership and governance of the Nigerian State, frontline leaders of thought and activists are set to meet in Lagos today, October 19, 2021, to review the quest to Remake Nigeria.

This was contained in a statement by the Head, Media and Public Affairs Bureau, National Consultative Front (NCFront), Dr. Tanko Yunusa, in Abuja yesterday.

According to the statement, the event, which is a collaborative memorial convergence of non-state stakeholders and citizens of Nigeria is to commemorate the one year anniversary of the #EndSARS protest.

The event, the statement stated, would also be used to honour the legacies of a veteran Nigerian journalist, Dele Giwa, 35 years after his gruesome murder in the quest to remake Nigeria.

The event is expected to be chaired by an eminent professor of Political Economy and Chair of the NCFront, Pat Utomi. NCFront is an emergent political movement of leaders of conscience currently mobilising to rescue Nigeria from failed leadership and political system.

“The event, billed to hold at the NECA House, Ikeja, at 10:00 a.m., is also expected to have a prominent human rights activist, Femi Falana (SAN) as Lead Speaker, which will also witness the launch of a major compendium on the quest of Nigerians to remake Nigeria to work for all,” the statement stated.

Other speakers include veteran journalist, Mr. Lanre Arogundade, Mr. Chido Onumah, Co-host, Mr. Richard Akinola, Biola Akiode, Motunrayo Alaka and other eminent activists in the country.

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